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Post by FusTinG on Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:30 pm

Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire is a role-playing video game set in the Ultima series, published in 1990. It is considered a "Worlds of Ultima" game, as it is not set in Britannia. It uses the same engine as Ultima VI (and Martian Dreams). In June 18, 2012, Electronic Arts released the game as freeware through

Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire
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MS-DOS cover
Developer(s) Origin Systems
Publisher(s) Origin Systems
Pony Canyon (SNES)
Producer(s) Richard Garriott
Jeff Johannigman
Designer(s) Steve Beeman
Writer(s) Aaron Allston
Composer(s) George Sanger
Platform(s) MS-DOS, Super NES, NEC PC-9801, Sharp X68000, Windows, Macintosh

WW: 1990Sharp X68000
WW: 1993
Super NES
JP: July 28, 1995
Windows & Mac
WW: June 18, 2012 (Freeware)
Genre(s) Role-playing video game
Mode(s) Single-player
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After the events in Ultima VI, the Avatar is transported by a friend's failed experiment with an obsidian "moonstone" to the otherworldly Valley of Eodon, a large jungle-like world filled with various tribes. These tribes have been magically drawn from varying periods and locations in history, such as the aboriginal nations of Mesoamerica and tropical Africa. The valley of Eodon is actually on Earth, but it is inaccessible and unmappable.

At the time of the arrival of the Avatar, the place is under attack from the insect-like Myrmidex. The Avatar needs to understand and master some aspects of their stone-age tribal culture and their "jungle magic" to find a way to bring peace to the valley. The main plot involves getting all thirteen tribes to join in an alliance against the Myrmidex. Each tribe has its own demands before joining, ranging from defeating a Tyrannosaurus rex to recovering their holy statue. This mixture of worlds was created by a huge corrupted moonstone that the Myrmidex possess, which has to be destroyed to prevent it collapsing in instability.

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Post by Hari. on Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:39 pm

Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations is a 2015 action adventure video game developed by Vicious Cycle Software[1] under license from Cartoon Network Interactive. It was published by Little Orbit for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS.[2] This is the fourth game based on the animated television series Adventure Time following The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom, and the first action adventure title in the series presented in full 3D graphics.[2] The game was first announced on April 21, 2015,[3] and released on October 20, 2015 in North America,[1][2] and was released on November 6, 2015 in Europe.

Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations
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North America boxart
Developer(s) Vicious Cycle Software[1]
Publisher(s) Little Orbit
Designer(s) Dave Ellis
Writer(s) Dave Ellis
Composer(s) Rod Abernethy
Series Adventure Time
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
Xbox 360
Xbox One
Wii U
Nintendo 3DS
NA: October 20, 2015
EU: November 6, 2015
Genre(s) Action-adventure
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In this game, players can check out "Land of Ooo locales, talk to characters, sharpen their creative puzzle-solving skills, defeat bad guys and just have fun." Loosely based on the TV show's sixth season, the game features "a focus on exploring, investigating, and puzzle-solving. Thanks to the discovery of an assignment printing machine called the 'tickertype,' Finn and Jake decide to become detectives like Joshua and Margaret (Finn and Jake’s parents). Finn's sword will see a bit of action too, allowing [players] to fill the Tree House treasure room full of enemy drops."[2]

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It has a score of 66% on Metacritic.[4] Nintendo Life awarded it a score of 7 out of 10, saying "While it might prove too basic for more advanced players, younger players and families should have a fun time questing with dog and human. Big fans of the show, of course, should not feel so afraid to give this one a try, either."[5] Nintendo World Report awarded it a score of 7 out 0f 10, saying "By default, I feel as if this is the best Adventure Time video game so far. It’s not perfect, and it’s a little on the easy side, but as an Adventure Time fan, it made me smile." [6]

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